Yoruk Park, Kemer

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  • Went to this park with nothing better to do, it's worth the entrance 2 lire (about 40 dollars), nothing special, except for the chic sea view. But for the sake of this exactly need to go
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  • There are great things from the past to the present. Views on that format. I don't understand why it is so neglected. Can be done much better with a width and material. Login to 3tl. Beautiful model of Central Asian Turkish Tents. Tea drinking in too.
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  • The Museum, of course, nothing to write home about, but the whole place is very atmospheric. Simple but very tasty cuisine, beautiful appearance (place located on the peninsula-rock on all sides by the sea). Serves, very nice guy, I think he and the boss. Very mentally rested there between sightseeing. Running around chicken, chickens, sheep in pens:-) Admission to take two lire per person, but if you order something from a meal or buy there, the entrance fee being. Boss instagramm yorukparki fotkaet, leads visitors and puts there:-)
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  • English: Yörük Parkı aka Nomad Park is a must see in my opinion. It has a great atmosphere, great panoramic view and a nice menu that complements the nature inside the park. At the entrance, you pay a fee of 2 liras. At first, it seemed dumb that we have to pay for entrance but considerig that if you're going to eat there they will reduce the price of food. Consider the entrance is free if you're going to eat something. I will talk upon the food topic later. The museum/park here is beautiful. Upon entering the park, it greets you with many Yörük tents, accurately decorated and lightened with tools used by Yörüks sprinkled all around the park. Moving along, you see dining places that is humbly but beautifully decorated. There are also some traditional kitchen tools. Going past the food area, there is a wooden fence and a gate. Open the gate and go past it and you'll meet with bunnies, goats and chickens roaming freely. Also, there is a beautiful scenery to be seen. If you go there at golden hours of photography, I assure you that you'll get great portraits with amazing background. Be careful when looking at the scenery, since the fences are wooden I wouldn't suggest going too near the narrow cliff. When it comes to food, Yörük Park is a surprise. It's prices are pretty good, especially compared to artificial expensiveness in the Marine area. Gözleme with cheese I have eaten is one of the best I had in my life, I highly suggest it. You should also try the traditional dish mantı here, it's beautiful. Beverages, drinks and other food are also great with reasonable prices. Staff is cheerful and service times are amazing even when you place your order at a rush hour. Overall, aka for those who dont like reading: 10/10, I highly suggest visiting this beautiful park placed on a cliff. Amazing scenery, amazing food, interesting cultural activities. Worth the time. Türkçe incelemeyi yakında yazacağım.
  • Very nice place with authentic atmosphere
  • A nice little park on the cliff. It is nice to stroll through the cobbled paths, in the shade of pine trees, especially if a few people, that is not often. The exhibition in several scenes from the life of tents-first settlers with mannequins (such as from Madame Tussaud's). Cute, but not particularly impressive. There are several pets in cages (kozliki, rabbits) and the villager (chickens). Ozirat much nicer surroundings with height: Sandy Bay, sea, port, kemerskoe coast and Antalya is visible on the horizon. There is a café on a couple of tables, wet throat. Advise in the evening stroll around the rocks at the bottom of the Park by other than the concrete Boardwalk and gawk as fish:) By the way pay for entrance in Lira more profitable!
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  • Why have a natural open environment. 3 tl Gıriş. There you can visit. Experience you can go with the chicken, duck, a sheep, goat, etc, along with the animals. In nomad tent gave a small taste delicious ravioli of ücrer you know. Mountain walks and I think your friends will like the photographer. The surrounding sea breeze drink your tea brewing in this authentic place with time you will understand what I mean.
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  • Positioned as a Museum in the authenticity of style. But in fact sketched 5 old carts and brought three tent with mannequins in national costumes. From pluses: inexpensive entrance $1, nice view of the Bay. Cons: more than 15 minutes and three photo there doing nothing.
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Where to stay in Kemer

The sparkling shores of Kemer support numerous luxury three- and four-star all-inclusive resorts, which line the pristine beaches and waterfront. If you're okay with lodging a few blocks from the beach, check out the town's budget-friendly hotels and guesthouses. These moderately priced options put you in the same area as restaurants and bars, so while you many not be right on the beach, you'll be close to everything else.
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